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  1. Thank you for the answer Jonathan. I guess I should have written that I am wiping the system drive so the old folder structure and content will not be intact on the new install. ( I could also do a reset which will remove the installed applications but leave the files and folders behind if preferable to retain data). It will have a fresh installation of the latest version of Windows 10 Pro. How do I get my projects, data and plug-in settings mentioned in my initial post safely from the old machine back-up to the new one after installing Sonar Platinum and then Cakewalk by Bandlab on the new install? I do of course have a full system backup with everything installed at this time and I have not yet done the reset or reformatted the disk. Thanks again for the help. I have a lot of time invested in these projects and I do not want to risk losing them. Copious Notes
  2. I have found the information on performing a clean installation of Band lab Cakewalk. This leads me to some questions..... 1. How do I preserve all of my projects, audio/midi data as well as plug-in settings and how do I restore them after the clean installation? 2. I have arrived at the latest version of Cakewalk by BandLab after upgrading my computer over several years through several Operating systems and several paid versions of Sonar Pro until Sonar Platinum previously and then finally to BandLab Cakewalk when the former company went out of business. Once I clean install everything will I still have Pro Channel etc. What exactly should I expect to be missing with regard to features I previously enjoyed with Platinum if any? Thank in advance for any assistance you can provide. Copious Notes
  3. To chime in with my opinion on the THU rig player and rig libraries. I have found the rig libraries to be immediately and noticeably much better then any non rig sounds included in TH2, 3 or U. I am currently replacing all guitar sounds in my earlier recording projects that were using Guitar Rig 5, Amplitube Max, and of course, TH2, 3, and U tweaked standard presets (non rig) with sounds from the THU rig libraries. Admittedly I have not tried to tweak the sounds in the rig libraries but then again I find that there are so many preset sounds that are superior and are far more authentic I do not feel the need to do so. I do have a friend that owns a Kemper and both he and I think it is an incredible piece of gear. The THU rig lib sounds so much more realistic to me that I think they do rival the Kemper in terms of producing fantastically realistic sounding examples of the amplifiers and cabinet combinations they are modeling. I believe it is the single greatest improvement I have heard in a guitar modeling plug-in to date in terms of authenticity of sound for in the box recording. I own full versions of Guitar Rig 5 and Amplitube Max. Neither come anywhere near the rig models for THU. Clearly my new go to plug in for guitars. ~Try one and see for yourself. I think you will really like them.
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